OK, here's the first short one. Maybe he will tell us more in another mail:
• CocoMUD is slowly moving toward greater accessibility on Linux. This doesn't go without some problems. Although CocoMUD had been thought for an all-platform design, migrating to other platforms creates some unexpected bugs. Sprint 14 has several issues that should improve accessibility and behavior on Linux.
• CocoMUD has some fixes to provide in translation and handling of international users. Most users so far have come from France and use a French keyboard, but with new users, CocoMUD is to move toward greater ease of access everywhere and hopefully be as comfortable.
• CocoMUD has a great system allowing exporting and sharing of world configuration. Unfortunately, for different reasons, the system doesn't work as expected. Several issues have been added in order to over-simplify world exporting and uploading. I will probably come back to you for advice on this topic in a following message.
• Several bugs and improvements have to be done for the SharpScript engine, to allow for even greater customization.
One last thought from me:
The biggest problem with unsupported languages is already fixed. I tested the new version on monday.